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Can You Pass This Graduate-Level Science Exam With a Perfect Score?

There are a number of various topics regarding the scientific world that everyone should be aware of by the time you graduate from high school. You don't have to be Isaac Newton to succeed in life, but you do need to know a few things. Test your knowledge of science facts by taking this quiz

What is the emission or transfer of energy as electromagnetic waves or particles known as in physics?

Conduction

Reflection

Radiation

Convection

Radiation
Through space or a solid medium, radiation emits or transmits energy in the form of particles or waves. People actually generate more radiation than cell phones do, despite the fact that high radiation levels are not considered safe for humans.

Who are the only prokaryotes capable of photosynthetic oxygen production in the phylum of bacteria? They produce their own food and live in the water.

Radiolaria

Cyanobacteria

Crustacean

Dinoflagellates

Cyanobacteria
Microorganisms called cyanobacteria, sometimes referred to as blue-green algae, are present naturally in all types of water. They can create visible colonies but are usually too tiny to see

Our physical, mental, and spiritual welfare is said to be greatly influenced by the power of gemstones. What shade of color does carnelian come in?

Green

Blue

Black

Orange

Orange
The orange-colored gemstone carnelian is said to inspire strength, protection, and good vibes. Carnelian was put on King Tutankhamen’s mask in ancient Egypt.

Contrary to common perception, only roughly 21% of air is made up of oxygen. What chemical component makes up the majority of the air we breathe?

Carbon

Hydrogen

Helium

Nitrogen

Nitrogen
We breathe in air that is mostly composed of nitrogen (78.08%), oxygen (20.95%), and trace quantities of argon, carbon dioxide, neon, helium, and hydrogen.

Silver also has a position on the periodic table, despite the fact that gold is fantastic. Speaking of the periodic chart, what is the atomic symbol for silver?

Au

Ag

Si

Fe

Ag
Si stands for silicon, Fe for iron, and Au for gold. The soft, white transition metal with the highest electrical, thermal, and reflectivity of any metals has only one symbol, and that is Ag. The Latin term “argentum” is where it originates.

Living on dry land has advantages, as we humans are aware, yet there are moments when it doesn’t seem all that horrible to live in the ocean. What do we call a creature that combines the greatest aspects of both worlds by spending some of its time on land and some in the water?

Amphibian

Marsupial

Bird

Invertebrate

Amphibian
Cold-blooded creatures called amphibians include frogs, toads, newts, and salamanders. Amazingly, they have an aquatic larval stage that breathes through their gills, which is often followed by an adult form that breathes through its lungs on land.

What are panda bears’ main diets? Horses eat hay, while pigs eat slop.

Grass

Bamboo

Fish

Berries

Bamboo
The diet of a panda bear is virtually completely bamboo, and they don’t squander any of it either! The leaves, stems, and shoots of several bamboo species are consumed by pandas.

Now that we have shown that moons orbit planets, what object do all planets revolve around?

The Sun

Earth

The Milky Way

Pluto

The Sun
The Sun’s gravitational force causes the planets to orbit it, much as an apple will fall to the earth if you drop it. It’s amazing that the Sun is so big—more planet Earths than there are in the entire solar system—so it makes sense why other plants are drawn to it.

Which chemical process best expresses fire?

Combustion

Oxidation

Decomposition

Precipitation

Combustion
A chemical reaction known as combustion occurs when two or more components come together, usually oxygen and the resulting flame. Although combustion powers both the engines in vehicles and rockets, combustion in a car differs from combustion in a rocket.

When most people think of the color green, they think of money, envy, or plants. I don’t know about the first two, but what is the green pigment in plants which helps them absorb sunlight?

Sugar

Petals

Chlorophyll

Carotenoids

Chlorophyll
Carotenoids are pigments that are present in many plants, fruits, and vegetables, but they are what give vivid red, yellow, and orange colours their vibrancy. In contrast, chlorophyll helps with photosynthesis, which is essentially how plants get nutrition from the sun!

Which nation’s coast is home to the biggest coral reef system in the world, which has over 2,900 distinct reefs?

Australia

New Zealand

United States

Brazil

Australia
The Great Barrier Reef, which located off the Australian state of Queensland and stretches over 2,300 kilometers and contains more than 900 islands, is the biggest coral reef system in the world.

Strong antibiotics like penicillin are effective against bacterial infections. Whom should we thank for this breakthrough that destroys bacteria?

Aristotle

Charles Darwin

Justin Bieber

Alexander Fleming

Alexander Fleming
Alexander Fleming, a bacteriologist from Scotland, made the unintended discovery of a lifetime in 1928. When he returned from his trip, some bacteria he had been growing were being killed by a green mold that we now know to be Penicillium notatum. What a nice mistake that was!

Nowadays, people are quite concerned about the food they consume, and fortunately, there are many ways to make sure that it is safe. What is the name of the procedure in which harmful germs are eliminated by heating a liquid or food?

Sanitation

Boiling

Detoxification

Pasteurization

Pasteurization
In order to eliminate germs and lengthen shelf life, some beverages and foods are subjected to the pasteurization process, which uses low heat. Although we most frequently connect pasteurization with dairy products, it is also popular in numerous beers, syrups, canned goods, and juices.

What is the tallest peak in the world, reaching a stunning 29,029 feet (8,848 meters) above sea level?

Blueberry Mountain

Mount Kilimanjaro

Pikes Peak

Mount Everest

Mount Everest
Climbers from all over the world travel to the Mahalangur Himal sub-range of the Himalayas to ascend Mount Everest, which is located there. Although this mountain has been there for 60 million years and doesn’t seem to be moving anytime soon, there’s no need to rush!

What discipline of science is referred to as “the science of humanity”?

Anthropology

Geology

Paleontology

Oncology

Anthropology
The scientific study of human behavior, including current and ancient civilizations, is known as anthropology. Archaeology, biological anthropology, cultural anthropology, and linguistic anthropology are the current four main subfields of this discipline.

A sophisticated fusion of physics and math is required to accurately predict the weather, which requires much more than just a quick peek at the sky. What do we name people whose entire lives are devoted to researching weather patterns?

Storm Trooper

Chemist

Meteorologist

Zoologist

Meteorologist
For meteorologists to comprehend and forecast the weather and climate on Earth, science and arithmetic must be combined. Meteorologists also research the effects of these phenomena on the planet and its people.

 Let’s see if you can answer this quiz question even if your quiz game may already be on fire! What do you call the molten rock that results from a volcanic eruption?

Ash

Meteorite

Mercury

Lava

Lava
Geothermal energy transforms rock into lava, which is then expelled during a volcanic explosion. Fun fact: Lava is known as “magma” when it is underground.

What is a fantastic way to acquire energy to create electricity from? Solar power?

The Sun

The Ocean

The Moon

The Wind

The Sun
Simply said, the way solar energy works is by using particular solar cells to collect sunlight, produce a direct current of energy, and then transform it into useable electric energy. Solar energy is the most plentiful energy source on Earth, therefore there is plenty to go around.

The worst thing that may happen is being sick, but fortunately there are techniques to strengthen our defenses against outside threats. What do we refer to as the body’s innate (or learned) capacity to fend off particular diseases?

Regeneration

Detoxification

Immunity

Susceptibility

Immunity
Multicellular organisms in a state of immunity are well-equipped to combat and avoid sickness, infection, and other unpleasant ailments. Citrus fruits, red bell peppers, broccoli, garlic, and ginger are a few foods that help the immune system.

Undoubtedly, the oceans are one of our planet’s most magnificent and destructive forces. They have the power to unleash enormous tidal waves that may wipe out entire towns. What is a tidal wave’s other name?

Monsoon

Cannonball

Wake

Tsunami

Tsunami
A tsunami is a set of waves that are produced when a significant amount of water is moved, frequently as a result of an earthquake, landslide, or volcanic eruption. In the “Ring of Fire” region of the Pacific Ocean, which is characterized by active volcanoes and frequent earthquakes, over 80% of tsunamis take place.

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